Academic progress reports will be available on-line from Monday 3 July 2017.

All reports will contain a list of Effective Learner Behaviours and Strategies, which are a reflection of those skills considered essential for attaining the necessary competencies to meet the demands of the 21st Century.
Comments written by pastoral care teachers are of great value because they provide insight into the progress of your daughter/s throughout the semester. They also provide words of advice for the coming semester. When a pastoral care teacher suggests that a student should consider broader participation in co-curricular activities or putting up their hand for a leadership role, they are thinking about personal growth and encouraging a sense of belonging in the School.
It has been a busy and productive week for our Year 10 students. Throughout the week, the students participated in workshops on goal setting and future pathways, motivational talks by Cortnie Bornyk (from Her Motivation) and Paul Wade (former Socceroos Captain) in addition to hearing from past and present students. Our Year 10 students had an opportunity to participate in a mock interview and I thank the members of our parent community who assisted with this. Visits to universities, career planning and mapping
also took place over the course of the week.
I thank sincerely all staff involved in preparing such a wonderful program for our Year 10 students, especially Mrs Kym Darmody (Year 10 Coordinator) and Mrs Toni Smith (Acting VET/Careers Coordinator) for their hard work and expert organisation.
Sadly, we farewell Mrs Trish Skillen, our English, Media and Religion teacher at the College. Trish has been a teacher at St Clare’s for the past 29 years. We thank Trish for her significant contribution to the teaching and learning of students over such a long period of time and wish her well as she embarks on her retirement to sunny Queensland!
I hope that the upcoming holidays will allow some rest and relaxation for our staff and College families and for those travelling, may you have a safe journey.
Best wishes,
Brad Cooney